Next time, please start a new post. This apparently doesn't have anything to do with the thread you appended to.Quote:
Originally Posted by serino
So, Shadow Matrix in what context?
Depends on the application and the shadowing technique being discussed. But commonly it is a term used in shadow mapping for a transform that maps from object-space, world-space, or camera-eye-space coordinates to a light-NDC-space (mapped to 0..1). However in planar-projected shadows, it's a matrix that smashes 3D geometry onto a plane.